AEMO has published a report presenting the detailed design of a Demand Response Mechanism (DRM) and Ancillary Services Unbundling (ASU) arrangements. The Standing Council on Energy Resources (SCER) tasked the AEMO with developing and implementing the DRM and ASU in consultation with relevant parties within the industry.
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Wednesday, March 18 2020
On the 12th of March, 2020 the AEMC released a second draft determination on the implementation of a wholesale demand response mechanism in the market – what we’re calling the ‘Negawatt Dispatch Mechanism’. In addition, the AEMO published a high-level…
Wednesday, July 1 2015
Global-Roam Pty Ltd has been supporting a range of large industrial energy users with their Demand Response services for a number of years. DemandResponse.com.au has been created by Global-Roam in the past few months to provide everyone within the energy…
Thursday, May 25 2017
On Wednesday 24th May I was pleased to be able to attend the first day of the Annual Conference of the Energy User’s Association of Australia (EUAA) – an organisation representing many of Australia’s largest energy (i.e. electricity and gas)…
Wednesday, May 6 2020
Energy leaders flag possible delay in move to five minute settlement, in letter to COAG Energy Council
Leaders of the AEMC, AEMO and AER have come together to propose that the implementation of five minute settlement be delayed by 12 months in response to the impacts of COVID-19 on the energy industry.